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1998 Shannon 43

Fort Pierce, Florida


  • In-boom furling mainsail, Double furling headsails, Rod rigging
  • Electric winches, Bowthruster, 4'9" Centerboard, 63' mast height
  • cabin / 2 head, Well equipped ,Garmin Chartplotter, Radar, Weather, AIS, Autopilot, SSB, Generator, AC, Watermaker, Liferaft etc.

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Lola
Make: Shannon
Model: 43
Year: 1998
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: NHN43043L798
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Centerboard


Length: 43 ft
Length Overall: 43 ft
Beam: 13 ft
Max Draft: 8'7 ft
Min Draft: 4'9 ft
Bridge Clearance: 63 ft
Cabin Headroom: 6'4 ft
Cabins Count: 3

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 4JH-2E
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 75hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 1998
  • Engine Hours: 2640


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 100 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 200 gal


Heads Count: 2
Boat Class: Cruisers, Cutter


Kim Korman Hawn
Florida Coast Yacht Sales


Florida Coast Yacht Sales
2010 Harbortown Dr Ste O
Fort Pierce, Florida, US, 34946
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Broker description

"Scutter" sloop rigged double headsail cutter.  In-boom furling mainsail, double furling headsails, electric winches and bowthruster makes her easily handled by a couple. Centerboard with versatile sail plan is island-friendly, sea-kindly, tracks well and has superior all around performance.

She boasts a luxurious and comfortable interior layout with quality craftsmanship and attention to detail for the discriminating yachtsman. Beautifully maintained and updated.  Hull #43

Customized three cabin / two head layout.  Fully equipped and ready to take her new owners cruising in luxurious comfort and safety. 

Highlights of her features are below.

  • Shoal draft Centerboard 4'9"/8'7"
  • ICW friendly 63' bridge clearance
  • Updated Rod Rigging and Chainplates (2016)
  • Updated Running rigging (2016)
  • Upgraded In boom furling mainsail and Electric winch
  • "Scutter" rigged, sloop rigged cutter 
  • Good sail inventory
  • Heavy ground tackle
  • Bow thruster
  • Garmin Chartplotter/Radar/Weather/AIS (2013)
  • Furuno  Autopilot (2020)
  • ICOM SSB with Pactor II for fax and email
  • Quality construction with cherrywood interior carpentry  
  • Diesel generator
  • Watermaker (pickled)
  • Liferaft (needs recert)
  • Wired for solar
Accommodations and Layout

"Lola" was built with customized 3 cabin design which included opening up the salon to create a more spacious living area in the salon, navigation station and galley.  

"Lola's" main salon is amidship with a bench settee to port and L shaped settee to starboard. The fold away dining table is bulkhead mounted and offers both an open spacious area and the ability to wine and dine your guests.   Built-in entertainment  center bulkhead mounted above table.  Cherrywood cabinets and bookshelves are outboard and numerous storage compartments are behind the seatbacks and under the settees. 

The navigation center is aft to port and has an admiralty size chart table, swivel upholstered seat, electric panel and redundant chartplotter and SSB.   The fully equipped U shaped galley is opposite.

The forward master cabin has a generous offset double berth, cabinets, multiple drawers storage and a large hanging locker.  The closet door serves dual purpose as a privacy stateroom door and has a full length mirror.  An ensuite head and shower is to starboard. The head is covered with a seat which keeps it dry while showering.

The port primary guest cabin has a generous double berth, 2 hanging lockers, 1 regular locker, 5 drawers, 1 bookshelf and bulkhead mounted fold-down table.

Opposite the companionway is an additional cabin with a head and single berth for a crew member or extra guest.  This cabin provides access to the generator compartment and has 1 storage locker.  A portable workbench stows agains the bulkhead when not in use or can be mounted in this cabin or cockpit.

Opening hatches, dorades and SS opening ports provide abundant natural light and ventillation.

  • Rich Cherrywood interior joinery and cabinetry
  • Navy tufted leather upholstery on settees
  • High gloss varnish fold away cherrywood dining table
  • Custom built in entertainment center, dish storage, wine glass and wine bottle cabinets
  • Teak and holly sole
  • White headliner with overhead grab rails
  • Tall 6'4" headroom
  • Opening hatches and SS Hood opening ports
  • Interior courtesy lights
  • Reading lamps
  • Overhead lights and 3 night lights

The U shaped galley is aft of the main salon and is fully equipped to please any chef.

  • Seafrost top and front loading refrigeration and freezer system, engine driven and separte 110v compressor, separate theromostats
  • Broadwater (4) burner stove and oven, safety bar in front, removable countertop for more working space
  • NEW Microwave oven (2019)
  • Double SS sinks
  • Pressure water system
  • Salt water hand pump
  • Hand pump for refrigeration boxes
  • Pur 160 Watermaker (deactivated)
  • Atlantic Marine hot water heater
  • Nevamar counter tops with ample counter space
  • Teak spice rack
  • Teak cabinet storage
  • Numerous drawer and lockers
  • Overhead grab rails
  • Opening hatch and ports, 12V fans for good ventillation
Sails and Rigging
  • Overall length is 48' with bow sprit
  • "Scutter" sloop rigged with double headsail cutter
  • Yankee on the headstay at the forward end of the bow pulpit and a staysail on the inner forestay.  Provides better balance and all around performance
  • Centerboard 4'9" to 8'6
  • Furlboom In boom furling mainsail, easily mangaged with an electric winch
  • NEW SS Rod Rigging (2016)
  • New Running rigging (2016)
  • 63' Aluminum mast with 2 spreaders
  • Mast pulled and awlgripped (2016)
  • LED Masthead tri-light (2016)
  • Hydraulic boom vang
  • Furlboom system with fully battened Main (2000), excellent condition
  • Harken roller furling unit for Yankee
  • Harken roller furling unit for Staysail
  • New Forestay (2014)
  • Removable babystay and storm jib halyard
  • New Yankee (2017)
  • 130% Genoa
  • Staysail
  • North Storm Jib
  • Blue and yellow Cruising jeniker (2006) like new
  • 140% light genoa (2006)
  • (2) Lewmar #55 ST Electric winches in cockpit
  • (2) Lewmar #64 ST winches in cockpit
  • (2) Lewmar #55 winches
  • #30 winch on mast for halyards
  • Main halyard and reefing lines led aft to cockpit
  • (6) Lewmar line stoppers
  • Mast mounted spinnaker pole
Electronics and Navigation
  • Garmin 4212 touchscreen color plotter/radar/AIS system (2013) with repeater at helm, includes XM weather display, imbedded charts for North America and the Bahamas
  • NEW Furuno Autopilot (2020)
  • Garmin 4K Radar, Card radar detection system
  • Garmin 600 AIS
  • (2) Garmin network insturments with wind,depth, water and GPS speed
  • Autohelm ST60 wind, speed/direction
  • ICOM 602  VHF with remote command mic at helm
  • ICOM M802 SSB with Pactor II for fax and email
  • ICOM 127 back-up VHF
  • 20" Sharp flat screen LCD TV
  • Sony AM/FM/CD player with aux input
  • Weems and Plath clock and barometer
  • Helm compass, Tell tale compass in owners cabin
  • (2) Chart lights and (1) night light
Deck and Hull
  • Fiberglass hull with Airex foam core, sturdy and lightweight
  • Hull awgripped white in 2002
  • Diamond pattern non-skid deck
  • Teak hand rails
  • SS safety rails around mast
  • (4) SS dorade vents
  • Tall stanchions and double lifelines
  • Winchard folding padeyes on deck for jacklines
  • (2) sets of boarding gates
  • Swim/boarding ladder amidships
  • 5" teak toe rail, all wood finish
  • Hot/cold cockpit shower
  • Centerboard, new sheve and sheve box (2016)
  • New Sunbrella dodger, bimini and sail cover (2016)
  • Large cockpit seating 
  • New cockpit cushions with Phifertex bottom
  • New cockpit stereo speakers in cockpit (2019)
  • Teak rim steering wheel
  • Instrument panel
  • Teak cockpit table and mug rack on pedestal
  • (2) cockpit coaming boxes
  • (3) cockpit lockers
  • (2) propane lockers
  • Winslow 6-person offshore liferaft (April 2016), stored in a Pelican hard case under the teak cockpit grating
  • Teak cockpit coaming
  • Teak companionway doors, swinging entrance doors with louvers, built in screens and 3 storm boards
  • Hood SS opening ports
  • Opening hatches with screens
Ground Tackle
  • Ideal Hortizontal electric windlass with foot controls
  • FX37 Fortress anchor with 50' 3/8" Ht chain and 150' nylon rode
  • 33# Spade anchor with 200' HT chain
  • Salt-water washdown
  • divided anchor locker, access in forward cabin
  • Stern anchor on pushpit
  • (3) Deck lights
  • Dingy engine bracket on stern rail
  • 75hp Yanmar 4JH-2E with 2640 hours
  • Kanzaki transmission wiht 2.62:1 reduction gear
  • Racor 500 fuel filters (main engine and generator)
  • Dripless shaft seal (2010)
  • Reverse engine oil change pump
  • Fuel polishing/transfer system
  • fuel filtration monitoring system (2004)
  • Engine room light and AC power outlet
  • Aluminum fuel tanks with gauges, 28 gal, 42 gal, 28 gal
  • Power survivor 12V watermaker, model 160E (6.7 gph), pickled
  • Gulper 220 bilge pump with automatic switch
  • (2) Whale gusher manual pumps
  • Shurflo pressure water pump (2008)
  • (2) Electric heads (2016)
  • 21 gallon PVC holding tank with Y valve, Jabsco macerator pump and deck pump out
  • (1) 16,0000 BTU air conditioner for salon, aft cabin and galley (2007)
  • (1) 9,000 BTU air conditioner for forward cabin (2007)
  • Fireboy automatic fire extinguisher in engine compartment
Electrical system
  • HFL 6kw diesel Generator with sound shield and spares, 430 hours
  • Generator transfer switch AC & DC amp and volt meters
  • Bass electrical panel (22 DC breaker panel, 13 AC breaker panel)
  • (3) Group 31 and (1) 8D gel house batteries (2016)
  • Group 31 engine/genset start battery (2019)
  • (2) 8D gel cell batteries with dedicated charger for bow thruster
  • Victron 40 amp charger Inverter/Charger (2010)
  • West marine WC 40 battery charger, 40 amps plus
  • Trace M2512 (2500 watts) inverter
  • Battery monitor
  • Powerman voltage regulator and 150 amp engine alternator
  • Wired for 2 solar panels
  • (1) 50 amp dockside electrical cable with splitter to (2) 30 amp Marinco inlets
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Additional Contact Information

Please contact listing broker Kim Hawn at 772-882-8735  or email   to schedule your appointment.

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